Fruitcake is a rich, often liquor-soaked cake with large amounts of nuts, dried or candied fruits, and spices. In the past century it has become a Christmas tradition.
When done properly, it's delicious, but when done poorly, it becomes the butt of many jokes.
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Assumption Abbey Fruitcakes
Dark, rich, traditional style of fruitcake. Baked slowly and aged, prepared by Trappist monks.
Claxton Fruit Cake
From Georgia, in regular and dark flavors, made with a pound-cake batter.
Collin Street Bakery
A family owned and operated bakery specializing in fruitcake. Cakes are packed in holiday tins.
Gethsemani Farms of the Abbey of Gethsemani
Handmade bourbon fruitcakes, bourbon fudge, and cheeses from Trappist, Kentucky monastery.
Heritage Baking Company
Sells all-butter 2.5 pound cakes with pecans and brandy, in tin or box.
From Holy Cross Abbey in Berryville, VA, made by Trappist monks. Links to other abbeys.
Whitaker's Gourmet Fruitcake
Made with bourbon-soaked fruit, wrapped in rum-soaked cheesecloth.
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